MotoGP Racing Series season 12th 2015 will take place at Silverstone, England, Sunday, August 30th.
Repsol Honda rider, Marc Marquez, who managed to secure the main podium in the last race of the season is expected to again dominate this weekend.
No less interesting, the competition at the top of the standings was certainly exciting would be increased if the scenario actually happened. Marquez left much of the two Movistar Yamaha, Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi will randomize their party.
Here are some interesting facts and data Silverstone Circuit, UK:
- Pat Hennen (Suzuki) becomes the first rider to win the 500cc grand prix at Silverstone in 1977. At the same time, Kork Ballinton (Yamaha) became champion of the 250cc class, and Pierluigi Conforti (Morbidelli) became the winner in the 125cc class.
- Jorge Lorenzo and Marc Marquez became the drivers who had more than one win at Silverstone since this circuit again held MotoGP in 2010. Lorenzo recorded win three times in 2010, 2012, and 2013. While Marquez became the champion in the 125cc class in 2010 and the MotoGP class in 2014.
- Not many British rider can reap success at Silverstone since 2010. The best achievement obtained Cal Crutchlow, who finished sixth in 2012 and when still in uniform Monster.
- Marc Marquez became the only rider who has twice won the pole position at Silverstone since 2010.
- The manufacturer Yamaha has collected three wins from five appearances in the MotoGP class at Silverstone. Meanwhile, its competitors, the new Honda collected two victories.
- The best results are printed Ducati in the MotoGP class at Silverstone Circuit during the race won by Nicky Hayden managed to finish fourth in 2010 and 2011 then.
- Former Honda satellite rider, Alvaro Bautista recorded the best result for Suzuki in the MotoGP class during the race at Silverstone Circuit. In 2011 he managed to finish in fifth place.
- Marc Marquez is still listed as the rider with the fastest time for one lap at Silverstone. Best record was made in 2013. When the Marquez successfully menggeber bike to a speed of 175.9 km / h in order to carve a record time of 2 minutes 0.691 seconds. (MotoGP)